Wormsloe State Park

Wormsloe State Park is a historic site just outside of Savannah, Georgia. Long ago, the many acres of this site used to be a farming plantation. Today much of the site has been reclaimed by nature, and it’s a beautiful place to go for a hike! Spanish moss lines the many roadways in the state park.

Spanish moss trees lining the main road in wormsloe state park in savannah, georgia.

“Wormsloe Spanish Moss”

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Wetlands can be visited in Wormsloe State Park. Watch out for alligators!

“Wormsloe Wetlands”

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The main entrance to Wormsloe State Park in Savannah, Georgia.

“Wormsloe Entrance”

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